XCOMM Studios

XCOMM Studios

Xavier School of Communications (XCOMM) houses a state-of-the-art professional audio and video studios, shooting floor, online TV production set-up, edit suites, graphic lab, digital photography studio and professional training in top high-end software used in the industry. Some of the salient features of the facilities include Final Cut Pro, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Creative Cloud with Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, Dreamweaver, InDesign and Maya, 3Dx Max, besides offering training in 4C+ and Quark XPress.

The Television Studio has equipment that is capable of producing HD quality audio visuals. To give the best training to the students XCOMM has got latest HD Data video recorders, 4K cameras, professional lights for studio and outdoor shoot, professional tripods, dollies, track and trolley, fog machine and many more. The audio is recorded by Presonus 16-input mixer. The studio floor has 6 boundary (condenser) microphones fitted onto the ceiling. The studio is fully equipped for live or online productions.

The Digital Still Photography lab is equipped with the latest strobe lights, backdrop kit and other lights required for indoor and outdoor digital photography, DSLR cameras with all the accessories including Canon 5D Mark II and Nikon D7000 and many more.

The audio studio uses a 32-input professional Presonus mixer with Studio One Pro software. It uses the award winning Sceptre monitors. The studio has Midi-Keyboard and other musical equipment for recording. The Studio has high quality Blue and Orange condenser microphones, Beyerdynamic and Shure microphones besides seven drum kit microphones of Beyerdynamics. The students are taught digital sound production through an intensive hands-on learning experience.

The Master Edit suite has the latest cylindrical Apple MacPro with Final Cut Pro with professional sound monitors. The graphic lab is used by students for imaging and graphic design and for real time film and video Editing. Workstations give students ample chances to practice what they learn in classrooms.